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Cahiers de l’Institut du Moyen Âge grec et latin is a journal established in 1969. This page lists all the papers in numbers 1-76. Most recent issues first. Orders and queries should be addressed to: Museum Tusculanum Press University of Copenhagen Njalsgade 92 DK-2300 Copenhagen S, Denmark.

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Vol 77, Pp. 160.

  • 3-83 Istvan Hajdu, Vita sancti Ladislai confessoris regis Hungariae.
  • 85-109 Magdalena Bieniak, A Critical Edition of Stephen Langton's Question De persona.
  • 111-125 Ernesto Santos, Is 'Deus scit quicquid scivit' an epistemic sophisma?
  • 127-146 David Bloch, Averroes Latinus on Memory. An Aristotelian Approach.
  • 147-155 David Bloch, The Aldine Edition of Aristotle's ‘’De sensu’’.


Vol 76, Pp. 282.

  • 3-30 David Bloch, Theodoros Metochites on Aristotle's De memoria.
  • 31-44 Chris Schabel & Russell L. Friedman, Trinitarian Theology and Philosophical Issues V.
  • 45-130 Heine Hansen, An Early Commentary on Boethius' Topics.
  • 131-158 William J. Courtenay, Radulphus Brito, Master of Arts and Theology.
  • 159-237 Mischa von Perger, Walter Burley's Quaestiones libri Elenchorum 1-3 & 13-18.
  • 239-282 Sten Ebbesen, Gualterus Burleus, Quaestiones super Sophisticos Elenchos 4-12. A revised edition.


Vol 75, Pp. 220.

  • 3-6 Fritz S. Pedersen, The Treatise on the Rising and Setting of Signs Ascribed to Roger of Hereford.
  • 7-119 David Bloch, The Manuscripts of the De sensu and the De memoria.
  • 121-160 Chris Schabel & Russell L. Friedman, Trinitarian Theology and Philosophical Issues IV.
  • 161-218 Irène Rosier-Catach & Sten Ebbesen, Petrus de Alvernia + Boethius de Dacia: Syllogizantem ponendum est terminos.
  • 219-220 Addenda et corrigenda to CIMAGL 68, 71, 72, 74.


Vol 74, Pp. 208.

  • 3-20 Christian Troelsgaard, A List of Sticheron Call-Numbers of the Standard Abridged Version of the Sticherarion. Part I (The Cycle of the Twelve Months)
  • 21-38 David Bloch, Alexander of Aphrodisias as a Textual Witness. The Commentary on the De Sensu
  • 39-88 Chris Schabel & Russell L. Friedman, Trinitarian Theology and Philosophical Issues III
  • 89-150 Sten Ebbesen, Mary Sirridge & Paul Streveler, The Pupils of the Master of Abstractions: Abstractiones Digbeianae, Regiae & Venetae
  • 151-207 Sten Ebbesen, Burley on Equivocation in his Companion to a Tractatus Fallaciarum and in his Questions on the Elenchi
  • 208 Addenda et Corrigenda to CIMAGL 56 & 68.


Vol 73, Pp. 264.

  • 3-12 Ioannis Papathanasiou, Byzantine Notation in the 8th-10th Centuries. On Oral and Written Transmission of Early Byzantine Chant
  • 13-20 John D. North, The Longitudes of Winchester
  • 21-40 Russell L. Friedman, Trinitarian Theology and Philosophical Issues II
  • 41-59 Anne Grondeux, Sophismata Anonymi Avenionensis
  • 61-166 Fritz S. Pedersen, Anonymous Parisian Astronomer of 1290: Part 2
  • 167-258 Sten Ebbesen, Communia "Visitatio" & Communia "Feminae"
  • 259 Addenda et corrigenda to CIMAGL 67, 71, 72.


Vol 72, Pp. 272.

  • 3-10 Bjarne Schartau, "Testimonia" of Byzantine musical practice, II 11-34 Pernille Harsting, More Evidence of Menander Rhetor on the Wedding Speech: Angelo Poliziano's Transcription
  • 35-88 Sten Ebbesen, A Porretanean Commentary on Aristotle's Categories
  • 89-168 Russell L. Friedman, Trinitarian Theology and Philosophical Issues
  • 169-269 Fritz S. Pedersen, Anonymous Parisian Astronomer of 1290: Part I


Vol 71, Pp. 284.

  • 3-27 Christian Troelsgaard, The Repertories of Model Melodies (Automela) in Byzantine Musical Manuscripts
  • 29-36 F.S. Pedersen, Toledan tables in the "Toledan Tables"
  • 37-70 Frédéric Goubier, Influences prédicatives et conséquences référentielles; un aspect de l'approche terministe de la première moitié du XIII'e siècle
  • 71-114 Sten Ebbesen, Words and Signification in 13th-century Questions on Aristotle's Metaphysics
  • 115-188 Anneli Luhtala, Early Medieval Commentary on Priscian's Institutiones grammaticae
  • 189-273 Robert Andrews, The Defensorium Ockham: An Edition
  • 275-277 Sten Ebbesen, A Note on Ockham's Defender
  • 279 Corrigenda to CIMAGL 67, 68, 70


Vol 70, Pp. 424.

  • 3-12 P. Harsting, More Evidence of the EarliestTranslation of Menander Rhetor on the Monody
  • 13-80 A. Jung, The Long Melismas in the Non-kalophonicSticherarion
  • 81-228 K. Fredborg, `Promisimus'. An Edition
  • 229-423 S. Ebbesen, Anonymus D'Orvillensis' Commentary on Aristotle's Categories


Vol 69, Pp. civ+262.

Hanne Lange, Traites du XIIe siecle sur la symbolique desnombres. Odon de Morimond: Analetica numerorum et rerum intheographyam (III). Edition critique princeps.


Vol 68, Pp. 312.

  • 3-12 F.S. Pedersen, The Toulouse Tables: A List of Manuscripts
  • 13-34 Chr. Schabel, Ad correctionem calendarii ...The Background to Clement VI's Initiative?
  • 35-52 Chr. Schabel, Elias of Nabinaux, Archbishop of Nicosia,and the Intellectual History of Later Medieval Cyprus
  • 53-62 B. Schartau, "Testimonia" of Byzantine musical prac-tice, III
  • 63-97 D. Murè, Anonymus Pragensis on Equivocation
  • 99-307 S. Ebbesen, Texts on Equivocation. Part II. Ca.1250-1310
  • 309-311 Addenda & corrigenda to CIMAGL 59-67


Vol 67, Pp. 288.

  • 3-12 B. Schartau & C. Troelsgaard, A small Treatiseon the Interpretation of the Phthorai.
  • 13-32 P. Harsting, Two renaissance Translations ofMenander Rhetor on the Monody.
  • 33-77 A. de Libera & I. Rosier-Catach, Les enjeuxlogico-linguistiques de l'analyse de la formule de la consecration eucharistique.
  • 78-92 Chr. Flüeler, Two manuscripts of Buridan on the Metaphysics: Paris, BN, lat. 16131 and Darmstadt, Hessische Lu&HB, Hs 516.
  • 93-103 C. Marmo, Simon of Tournai's 'Institutiones in sacram paginam', An Edition of His Introduction about Signification.
  • 105-125 S. Ebbesen & H.A.G. Braakhuis, Anonymi Erfordensis (= Roberti Kilwardby ?) Sophisma TANTUM UNUM EST.
  • 127-199 S. Ebbesen, Texts on Equivocation
  • 200-288 I. Rosier Catach & S. Ebbesen, Two Roberts and Peter of Spain.


Vol 66, Pp. 312.

  • 3-23 Maria Alexandru, Koukouzeles' Mega Ison
  • 25-34 Annette Jung, Syntomon, A musical Genre from Around AD 800
  • 35-48 Ioannis Papathanasiou, The Dating of the Sticherarion EBE 883 Acts of the Dano-Hellenic Symposium on Greek and Latin Philosophy, Danish Institute at Athens, November 1993.
  • 49 Introduction
  • 51-65 L. G. Benakis, Griechische Philosophie. Stand der Forschung
  • 67-95 S. Ebbesen, Greek and Latin Medieval Logic
  • 96-116 K. Ierodiakonou, The Hypothetical Syllogisms in the Greek and Latin Medieval Traditions
  • 117-134 J. Demetracopoulos, Aristotle's *Categories* in the Greek and Latin Medieval Exegetical Tradition 135-155 M. Cacouros, Theodore Prodrome, Jacqes de Venise, Robert Grosseteste et l'histoire d'une erreur interpretative
  • 156-168 Ch. Terezis, George Pachymeres's Commentary on Boethius's De Differentiis Topicis
  • 169-185 S. Ebbesen, George Pachymeres and the Topics
  • 187-215 Ch. Schabel, John of Murs and Firmin of Beauval's Letter and Treatise on Calendar Reform for Clement VI
  • 217-251 L. O. Nielsen and S. Ebbesen, Texts about Christology
  • 253-312 S. Ebbesen, Anonymi Parisiensis Compendium Sophisticorum Elenchorum. The Uppsala Version


Vol 65, Pp. 362.

  • 3-13 Joergen Raasted in memoriam
  • 15-58 Clara Adsuara, The Kalophonic Sticherarion Sinai gr. 1251
  • 59-61 J. D. North, 'Aragonensis' and the Toledan Material in Trinity ms O.8.34
  • 63-212 Chris Schabel, Peter Aureol on Divine Knowledge and Future Contingents Sten Ebbesen, Thirteenth-century Logic. Selected texts.
  • 213-215 Introduction
  • 216-246 I. God knows whatever he used to know
  • 247-285 II. Two Englishmen on 'Tantum unum est'
  • 286-318 III. Quanto aliquid maius est tanto minus videtur
  • 319-361 IV. Logicalia from Parisian Manuscripts


Vol 64, Pp. 195.

  • 3-17 Irina & Marina Shkolnik, Echos in the Byzantine-Russian Heirmologion. An Experience of Comparative Research
  • 18-32 Maria Alexandru & Bjarne Schartau, A Note on the late-Byzantine Ecclesiastical Composer Angelos Gregorios
  • 33-57 Ioannis Papathanassiou, Some remarks on a possible Syro-Melchite origin of the MS Sinai gr. 1258
  • 59-62 Fritz Saaby Pedersen, A Latin star-list for Toledo
  • 63-100 Robert Andrews & Timothy B. Noone, Willelmus de Montoriel, Summa libri Praedicamentorum
  • 101-150 Russell L. Friedman, Andreas de Novo Castro (fl. 1358) on Divine Omnipotence and the Nature of the Past
  • 151-163 Sten Ebbesen, Tractatus de signativis dictionibus
  • 164-195 Sten Ebbesen, Sophismata and Physics Commentaries


Vol 63, Pp. 312.

  • 3-42 S. Ebbesen & Iwakuma Y., Fallaciae Lemovicenses
  • 43-224 A Companion to the Acts of the Tenth European Symposium on Medieval Logic and Semantics:
  • 43 Introduction
  • 45-114 Iwakuma Y., Introductiones dialecticae secundum Wilgelmum and secundum G. Paganellum 115-144 I. Rosier, Le commentaire des Glosulae et des Glosae de Guillaume de Conches sur le chapitre De Voce des Institutiones Grammaticae de Priscien
  • 145-208 S. Ebbesen, ANIMAL EST OMNIS HOMO. Questions and Sophismata by Peter of Auvergne, Radulphus Brito, William Bonkes, and Others
  • 209-224 G. Roncaglia, Mesino de Codronchi's Quaestiones on Aristotle's De Interpretatione: Quaestio III
  • 225-230 S. Ebbesen, Tu non cessas comedere ferrum
  • 231-293 I. Hajdu, Ein Zuercher Kommentar aus dem 12. Jahrhundert zur Ars poetica des Horaz
  • 294-296 N. Haastrup, Three Halle Manuscripts from Loegum Abbey
  • 297-308 B. Schartau, A checklist of the settings of George and John Plousiadenos in the Kalophonic Sticherarion Sinai gr. 1234
  • 309-311 R. Quinto, Ergaenzungen u. Berichtigungen zu CIMAGL 62
  • 312 F.S. Pedersen, Addendum on Alkwarizmi: A Table Found?


Vol 62, Pp. 232.

  • 3-30 L.B. Mortensen, Hugh of St. Victor on Secular History. A preliminary edition of chapters from his Chronica
  • 31-75 F.S. Pedersen, Alkhwarizmi's astronomical Rules: Yet Another Latin Version?
  • 77-165 R. Quinto, Die Quaestiones des Stephan Langton ueber die Gottesfurcht
  • 167-178 S. Ebbesen, Western and Byzantine Approaches to Logic
  • 179-195 S. Ebbesen, Deus scit quicquid scivit. Two sophismata from Vat. lat. 7678 and a reference to Nominales
  • 197-218 S. Ebbesen, Small Finds. Philosophical Texts in Erfurt, Hamburg, Oxford and Paris
  • 219-232 J. Raasted, The Princeton Heirmologion Palimpsest


Vol 61, Pp. 440.

  • 3-48 Chr. Troelsgaard, The musical structure of five Byzantine stichera and their parallels among Western antiphons
  • 49-77 A. Jung, The Kathismata in the Sophia Manuscript Kliment Ochridski 814
  • 78-106 G. Klima, Latin as a Formal Language
  • 107-139 C. Marmo, Anonymus Cordubensis, Questiones super primum librum Posteriorum. A Partial Edition: Prologue and qq. 1 - 5
  • 140-146 C. Marmo, Anonymi Philosophia "Sicut dicitur ab Aristotile". A Parisian Prologue to Porphyry
  • 147-183 C. Brousseau, Le sophisme anonyme "Amatus sum vel fui", du codex parisinus BN lat. 16135
  • 184 K. Friis-Jensen, Addenda et Corrigenda to CIMAGL 60: 319-88
  • 185-428 A. Tabarroni, Henricus Ruyn, Disputata Metaphysicae. An Edition
  • 429-440 S. Ebbesen, Two Nominalist Texts


Vol 60, Pp. 400.

  • 3-46 Chr. Troelsgaard, CHMEPON and Hodie Chants in Byzantine and Western Tradition
  • 47-112 S. Ebbesen & Y. Iwakuma, Anonymus Parisiensis, Compendium Sophisticorum Elenchorum (ms. Paris BN 4720A)
  • 113-120 S. Ebbesen, New Fragments of "Alexander's" Commentaries on Analytica Posteriora and Sophistici Elenchi
  • 121-128 A. Tabarroni & S. Ebbesen, A Fragmentary 13th-century Commentary on the Sophistici Elenchi in ms Paris BN lat. 16618
  • 129-144 S. Ebbesen, Bits of Logic in Bruges, Brussels and Copenhagen Manuscripts
  • 145-198 C. Marmo, Suspicio: A Key Word to the Significance of Aristotle's Rhetoric in Thirteenth Century Scholasticism
  • 199-318 F. S. Pedersen, A twelfth-century planetary theorica in the manner of the London Tables
  • 319-388 K. Friis-Jensen, The Ars Poetica in Twelfth-Century France. The Horace of Matthew of Vendome, Geoffrey of Vinsauf, and John of Garland
  • 389-399 L.B. Mortensen, Orosius and Justinus in one volume. Post-Conquest books across the Channel
  • 400 Editorial


Vol 59,Pp. 368.

  • 3-60 R. Lambertini, Resurgant entia rationis, Matthaeus de Augubio on the Object of Logic
  • 61-111 A. Tabarroni, 'Incipit' and'desinit' in a thirteenth-century sophismata-collection
  • 113-120 A. de Libera, Le sophisma anonyme "Sor desinit esse non desinendo esse" du Cod. Parisinus 16135
  • 121-180 S. Ebbesen, Three 13th-century Sophismata about Beginning and Ceasing
  • 181-232 I. Rosier, Un sophisme grammatical modiste de maitre Gauthier d'Ailly
  • 233-246 J. Raasted, Zur Melodie des Kontakions "He parthenos semeron"
  • 247-270 J. Raasted, Compositional Devices in Byzantine Chant
  • 271-296 J. Raasted. Byzantine Heirmoi and Gregorian Antiphons
  • 297-322 L.B. Mortensen, 12th-century studies in Trier's Roman Past
  • 323-330 K. Friis-Jensen, Maximus Pontifex in Saxo Grammaticus
  • 331-357 K. Friis-Jensen, Was Saxo a Canon of Lund?
  • 359-365 A. Leegaard Knudsen, Another Look at the so-called 3rd Hand in the Angers Fragment of Saxo Grammaticus
  • 367 Corrigenda to CIMAGL 57
  • 368 About CIMAGL


Vol 58,Pp. 322.

Hanne Lange, Traites du XIIe siecle sur la symbolique des nombres. Odon de Morimond: Analetica numerorum et rerum in theographyam (II). Edition critique.


Vol 57,Pp. 188.

  • 3-10 Johnny Christensen, The Formal Character of "koinoi topoi" in Aristotle's Rhetoric and Dialectic
  • 11-67 Karin Margareta Fredborg & C.H. Kneepkens, Grammatica Porretana
  • 68-80 Sten Ebbesen, Stray Questions, Little Logical Notes in British and French Manuscripts
  • 81-147 Karsten Friis-Jensen, Horatius liricus et ethicus. Two twelfth-century school texts on Horace's poems
  • 148-158 Brian Patrick McGuire, Rebirth and Responsibility: Cistercian Stories from the Late Twelfth Century
  • 159-166 Bjarne Schartau, On Collecting 'Testimonia' of Byzantine Musical Practice
  • 167-170 Christian Knudsen, H XAPIC TOY KYPIOY IHCOY XPICTOY. Der eigenhaendige Schlussgruss des Paulus als Erkennungszeichen seiner Briefe
  • 171-178 Sten Ebbesen, Addenda et corrigenda to CIMAGL 3 - 56
  • 179-188 Index to CIMAGL 1 - 56
  • 188 Information about CIMAGL


Vol 56,Pp. 238.

  • 1-102 Irene Rosier, "O Magister ...": Grammaticalite et intelligibilite selon un sophisme du XIIIe siecle
  • 103-116 Sten Ebbesen, A Grammatical Sophisma by Nicholas of Normandy, ALBUS MUSICUS EST
  • 117-192 Robert Andrews, Anonymus Matritensis, Quaestiones super librum Praedicamentorum: An Edition
  • 193-227 Sten Ebbesen & Paul Vincent Spade, More Liars
  • 228-238 Christian Troelsgard, Ancient Musical Theory in Byzantine Environments


Vol 55, Pp. 192.


Vol 54, Pp. 218,

Joergen Raasted 60 years

  • 5-7 Sten Ebbesen, Editorial
  • 9-12 Bibliography Joergen Raasted
  • 13-38 Joergen Raasted, Thoughts on a Revision of the Transcription rules of the Monumenta Musicae Byzantinae
  • 39-48 Sysse Gudrun Engberg, The Greek Old Testament Lectionary as a Liturgical Book
  • 49-60 Nina Konstantinova Ulff-Moeller, The Connection between Melodic Formulas and Stereotype Text Phrases in Old Russian Stichera
  • 61-72 Peter Weincke, Some Observations on the Interpretation of Signatures and Accidentals in East and West
  • 73-82 Anne-Mette Gravgaard, Change and Continuity in Post-Byzantine Church Painting
  • 83-90 Karsten Fledelius, Competing Mentalities: The Legislator Leo VI at Work
  • 91-107 Martha Byskov, Das Evangelium Gottes und Kanon
  • 108-116 Christian Gorm Tortzen, Medieval Parchment in Elsinore - A Case Story
  • 117-128 Erik Petersen, Notes on the Erasmus-Autograph Ms. Gl. Kgl. Saml. 95,2 with a Survey of the Letters
  • 129-218 Fritz Saaby Pedersen, Canones Azarchelis: Some Versions, and a Text


Vol 53, Pp. 150,

  • 3-14 Brian Patrick McGuire, A Letter of Passionate Friendship by Guibert of Gembloux
  • 15-36 Joergen Raasted, Chromaticism in Medieval Byzantine Chant
  • 37-150 Sten Ebbesen, Termini accidentales concreti. Texts from the late 13th Century


Vol 51-52, Pp. 396,

Fritz Saaby Pedersen, Scriptum Johannis de Sicilia super canones Azarchelis de tabulis Toletanis


Vol 50, Pp. 216,

  • 3-112 Christian Knudsen, Chatton contra Ockham ueber Gegenstand und Einheit von Wissenschaft und Theologie
  • 113-216 Lars Boje Mortensen, The Sources of Andrew Sunesen's Hexaemeron


Vol 49, Pp. 224,

  • 3-6 Niels Haastrup, Three mss. from Esrom revisited in the Vatican Library
  • 7-23 Peter Oehrstroem, Richard Lavenham on Temporal Instants
  • 25-224 Sten Ebbesen & Lars Boje Mortensen, A Partial Edition of Stephen Langton's Summa and Quaestiones with Parallels from Andrew Sunesen's Hexaemeron


Vol 48, Pp. 190,

  • 4-14 Peter Weincke, A New Page of Andreaskiti 18
  • 15-104 Bjarne Schartau, Manuscripts of Byzantine Music in Denmark
  • 105-130 Bjarne Schartau & Joergen Raasted, Indices to the Greek Examples in Constantin Floros, Universale Neumenkunde III
  • 131-147 Joergen Raasted, Zur Analyse der bulgarisch-griechischen Melodie des Doxastikons "Bogonachalnim manovieniem"
  • 149-162 Bjarne Schartau, 'Mini-Gloss' or Variant?
  • 163-188 Fritz Saaby Pedersen, A Paris Astronomer of 1290
  • 189-190 Sten Ebbesen, Rationes quod sic


Vol 47, Pp. 143,

  • 3-63 Annette Jung, The Settings of the Evening and Morning Psalms According to the Manuscript Sinai 1255
  • 64-102 Birger Munk Olsen, The Cistercians and Classical Culture
  • 103-141 Jan Pinborg & Sten Ebbesen, Thirteenth Century Notes on William of Sherwood's Treatise on Properties of Terms. An edition of Anonymi Dubitationes et Notabilia circa Guilelmi de Shyreswode Introductionum logicalium Tractatum V from ms Worcester Cath. Q.13.
  • 142-143 Sten Ebbesen, CIMAGL 46: Addenda et corrigenda


Vol 46, Pp. xlvi + 113,

Compendium logicae Porretanum

  • iii-xviii + 1-113 Sten Ebbesen, Karin Margareta Fredborg & Lauge Nielsen, Compendium logicae Porretanum ex codice Oxoniensi Collegii Corporis Christi 250: A Manual of Porretan Doctrine by a Pupil of Gilbert's
  • xviii- xlvi Christopher J. Martin, The Compendium logicae Porretanum: A Survey of Philosophical Logic from the School of Gilbert of Poitiers


Vol 45, Pp. 99,

Joergen Raasted, The Hagiopolites. A Byzantine Treatise on Musical Theory, preliminary edition


Vol 44, Pp. 186,

  • 3-6 Sten Ebbesen, IGLM 25 Years
  • 7-15 George Amargianakis, Some Remarks on the Orthography of the Signs Oligon, Petaste, Oxeia and Kouphisma
  • 16-38 Gregorios Stathis, The "Abridgements" of Byzantine and Postbyzantine Compositions
  • 39-60 Alessandro D. Conti, A Short Scotist Handbook on Universals: The 'Compendium super quinque universalia' of William Russell, O.F.M.
  • 61-80 Yukio Iwakuma, Instantiae Revisited
  • 81-85 Sten Ebbesen & Yukio Iwakuma, Instantiae and 12th century "Schools"
  • 86-101 Christian Knudsen, Das gewisse Wort. Johann Georg Hamanns Sprachtheorie zwischen Tradition und Vernunftkritik
  • 102-121 Mary Sirridge, Socrates' Hood. Lexical Meaning and Syntax in Jordanus and Kilwardby
  • 122-150 Katherine Tachau, Peter Aureol on Intentions and the Intuitive Cognition of Non-existents
  • 151-179 Soeren Balle, Anonymous quaestiones de astronomia in CLM 14401
  • 180-186 Peter Oehrstroem, Richard Lavenham on Future Contingents


Vol 43, Pp. 120,

  • 3-44 Karen Elisabeth Dalgaard, Peter of Ireland's Commentary on Aristotle's Peri Hermeneias
  • 45-120 Adam Buelow-Jacobsen & Sten Ebbesen, Vaticanus Urbinas Graecus 35. An Edition of the Scholia on Aristotle's Sophistici Elenchi


Vol 42, Pp. 164,

  • 1-83 Lauge Nielsen, Thomas Bradwardine's Treatise on 'incipit' and 'desinit'. Edition and Introduction
  • 85-150 Niels Joergen Green-Pedersen, Bradwardine (?) on Ockham's Doctrine of Consequences. An Edition
  • 151-164 Jan Pinborg, Opus Artis Logicae


Vol 41, Pp. xii + 192,

  • iii-vii Sten Ebbesen, Jan Pinborg in memoriam
  • viii-xii Niels Joergen Green-Pedersen, Bibliography of the Publications of Jan Pinborg
  • 1-170 Jan Pinborg, Anonymi Quaestiones in Tractatus Petri Hispani I-III Traditae in codice Cracoviensi 742 (anno fere 1350)
  • 171-192 Jan Pinborg, The 14-Century Schools of Erfurt. Repertorium Erfordiense.


Vol 40, Pp. 191,

Hanne Lange, Traites du XIIe siecle sur la symbolique des nombres: Odon de Morimond (1116-1161), Analetica numerorum et rerum in theographyam


Vol 39, Pp. xxvi + 102,

  • iii-xxvi & 1-80 Sten Ebbesen & Jan Pinborg, Bartholomew of Bruges and his Sophisma on the Nature of Logic.
  • 81-96 William E. McMahon, Radulphus Brito on the Sufficiency of the Categories
  • 97-102 Christian Marinus Taisbak, The Date of Anonymus Heiberg, Anonymi Logica et Quadrivium


Vol 38, Pp. 91,

Yukio Iwakuma, Instantiae: A Study of Twelfth-Century Technique of Argumentation, with an Edition of Ms. Paris BN lat. 6674 f.

  • 1-5


Vol 37, Pp. 138,

Studia in honorem Povl Johs. Jensen septuagenarii

  • 1-20 Sten Ebbesen, Analyzing Syllogisms, or: Anonymus Aurelianensis III - the (presumably) Earliest Extant Latin Commentary on the Prior Analytics, and its Greek Model
  • 21-41 Karin Margareta Fredborg, Some Notes on the Grammar of William of Conches
  • 42-69 Niels Joergen Green-Pedersen, Nicolaus Drukken de Dacia's Commentary on the Prior Analytics – with Special Regard to the Theory of Consequences
  • 70-122 Jan Pinborg, Danish Students 1450-1535 and the University of Copenhagen
  • 124-138 Joergen Raasted, A Byzantine Letter in Sankt Gallen and Lazarus the Painter


Vol 36, Pp. 108,

Mary Sirridge, Notulae super Priscianum minorem Magistri Jordani


Vol 35, Pp. 142,

  • 1-28 Niels Joergen Green-Pedersen, Two Early Anonymous Tracts on Consequences
  • 29-55 Katherine Tachau, Adam Wodeham on First and Second Intentions
  • 56-142 Jan Pinborg, Radulphus Brito on Universals


Vol 34, Pp. 248,

Sten Ebbesen, Anonymi Aurelianensis I Commentarium in Sophisticos Elenchos


Vol 33, Pp. 113,

Fritz Saaby Pedersen, Petrus de S. Audomaro: Tractatus de semissis


Vol 32, Pp. 128,

Hanne Lange, Les donnees mathematiques des traites du XIIe siecle sur la symbolique des nombres


Vol 31a-31b, Pp. 81,

  • 1-9 Joergen Raasted, A Neglected Version of the Anecdote about Pythagoras's Hammer Experiments
  • 11-37 & 53-77 Joergen Raasted, Musical Notation and Quasi-Notation in Syro-Melkite Liturgical Manuscripts
  • 39-49 & 78-81 Joergen Raasted, Byzantine Chant in Popular Tradition


Vol 30, Pp. 104,

  • 1-32 Bent Dalsgaard Larsen, Les traites de l'ame de Saint Maxime et de Michel Psellos dans le Parisinus Graecus 1868
  • 33-90 Brian McGuire, Structure and Consciousness in the 'Exordium magnum cisterciense': The Clairvaux Cistercians after Bernard
  • 91-104 Adam Buelow-Jacobsen, Some Considerations on the Quality of Microfilms of Manuscripts


Vol 29, Pp. 108,

Hanne Lange, Traites du XIIe siecle sur la symbolique des nombres: Geoffrey d'Auxerre et Thibault de Langres


Vol 27-28, Pp. 5* + 210,

James E. Tolson, The Summa of Petrus Helias on Priscianus Minor, ed. J.E.T. with an introduction by Margaret Gibson


Vol 26, Pp. viii + 121,

Niels Joergen Green-Pedersen & Jan Pinborg, Radulphus Brito: Commentary on Boethius' De differentiis topicis & The Sophism "Omnis homo est omnis homo"


Vol 25, Pp. 102,

Fritz Saaby Pedersen, Petrus de Dacia: Tractatus instrumenti eclipsium


Vol 24, Pp. 120,

Henrici Roos in memoriam

  • 3-4 Jan Pinborg, Heinrich Roos (26.08.1904 - 8.03.1977)
  • 5-15 Heinrich Roos, Eine Universitaetspredigt von Heinrich von Ghent
  • 16-54 Heinrich Roos, Drei Sophismata zum Formproblem in der Hs. Uppsala C 604
  • 55-64 Heinrich Roos, Zwei Quaestionen des Radulphus Brito ueber das 'Significatum generis'.
  • 65-84 Heinrich Roos, Bartholomaeus de Brugis: Quaestio circa significatum generis
  • 85-120 Sten Ebbesen, The Sophism 'Rationale est animal' by Radulphus Rrito


Vol 22-23, Pp. 263. Out of print.

George Amargianakis, An Analysis of Stichera in the Deuteros Modes. The Stichera Idiomela for the Month of September in the Modes Deuteros, Plagal Deuteros, and Nenano, Transcribed from the Manuscript Sinai 1230 (A.D. 1365)


Vol 21, Pp. 115,

  • 1-9 Sten Ebbesen, Jacobus Veneticus on the Posterior Analytics and some early 13th-century Oxford Masters on the Elenchi
  • 10-20 Izydora Dambska, La semiotique des "dictiones indefinitae" dans la dialectique d'Abelard
  • 21-44 Karin Margareta Fredborg, Tractatus glosarum Prisciani in MS Vat. lat. 1486
  • 45-115 Franco Giusberti, A Treatise on Implicit Propositions from Around the Turn of the Twelfth Century: An edition with some introductory notes.


Vol 20, Pp. 78,

  • 1-37 Bent Dalsgaard Larsen, Un temoignage grec tardif sur Jamblique et la tradition platonicienne: Athanase le Rheteur
  • 38-78 Niels Joergen Green-Pedersen, Discussions about the Status of the Loci Dialectici in Works from the Middle of the 13th Century


Vol 19, Pp. 54,

Olaf Pedersen, Petrus Philomena de Dacia: A Problem of Identity. With a survey of the manuscripts


Vol 18, Pp. 82. Out of print.

  • 1-4 Jan Pinborg, Magister abstractionum
  • 5-17 Erik Petersen, Some Remarks on Coluccio Salutati's De fato et fortuna
  • 18-22 Brian McGuire, Man and Devil in Medieval Theology and Culture


Vol 17, Pp. 81. Out of print.

  • 1-39 Karin Margareta Fredborg, The Commentaries on Cicero's De inventione and Rhetorica ad Herennium by William of Champeaux
  • 40-69 Lauge Nielsen, On the Doctrine of Logic and Language of Gilbert Porreta and his Followers
  • 70-75 Bjarne Schartau, De captivo precibus sacerdotum liberato
  • 76-81 Jan Pinborg, Nochmals die Erfurter Schulen im XIV Jahrhundert


Vol 16, Pp. 128,

Sten Ebbesen, Anonymus Aurelianensis II, Aristotle, Alexander, Porphyry and Boethius. Ancient Scholasticism and 12th-century Western Europe


Vol 15, Pp. 20* + 146. Out of print.

The Commentary on 'Priscianus Maior' Ascribed to Robert Kilwardby.

  • 1*-11* Jan Pinborg, Introduction to the text
  • 12*-17* Osmund Lewry, The Problem of the authorship
  • 18*-20* & 1-146 Karin Margareta Fredborg, Niels Joergen Green-Pedersen, Lauge Nielsen, Jan Pinborg (eds.), Selected texts


Vol 14, Pp. 26,

  • 1-26 Christian Knudsen, Ein Ockhamkritischer Text zu Signifikation und Supposition und zum Verhaeltniss von erster und zweiter Intention.
  • 27-39 Fritz Saaby Pedersen, On the Manuscript Tradition of [Boethius of Dacia|Boethius de Dacia]]'s "De summo bono".
  • 40-46 Jan Pinborg, Petrus de Alvernia on the Categories


Pp. 86. Out of print.

Studia in honorem Henrici Roos Septuagenarii

  • 1-12 Joergen Raasted, Second Corinthians 4,15
  • 13-30 Niels Joergen Green-Pedersen, William of Champeaux on Boethius' Topics according to Orleans Bibl. Mun. 266
  • 31-41 Karin Margareta Fredborg, Petrus Helias on Rhetoric
  • 42-48 Sten Ebbesen, Prooemium Mertonense anonymi cuiusdam in Aristotelis Analytica Posteriora commentarii literalis.
  • 49-59 Jan Pinborg, Zum Begriff der Intentio Secunda, Radulphus Brito, Hervaeus Natalis und Petrus Aureoli in Discussion.
  • 60-62 Malene Thorborg, Sunapheia, a Key-Word in the Thinking of Nicholas Cabasilas
  • 63-76 Erik Petersen, Antonio da Romagno und die vier KardinalTugenden
  • 77-81 Povl Johannes Jensen, Ved indvielsen af Institut for grask og latinsk Middelalderfilologis lokaler pa Graabroedretorv d. 19. dec. 1961
  • 82-86 Bibliographie Heinrich Roos.


Vol 12, Pp. 85. Out of print.

  • 1-10 Peter Allan Hansen, Pletho and Herodotean Malice
  • 11-85 Bjarne Schartau, Nathanaelis Berti Monachi sermones quatuordecim


Vol 11, Pp. 58,

  • 1-57 Karin Margareta Fredborg, The Dependence of Petrus Helias' Summa super Priscianum on William of Conches' Glose super Priscianum
  • 58 Sten Ebbesen & Jan Pinborg, Another Witness to the Elenchi quaestiones of Radulphus Brito


Vol 10, Pp. 62,

  • 1-20 Sten Ebbesen, Paris 4720A. A 12th Century Compendium of Aristotle's Sophistici Elenchi
  • 21-28 Sten Ebbesen, Simon of Faversham on the Sophistici Elenchi
  • 28 Sten Ebbesen, Forte macer pallens ...
  • 29-44 Sten Ebbesen, Index quaestionum super Sophisticos Elenchos Aristotelis
  • 45-47 Jan Pinborg, The Ms. Bruxelles, B. Royale 3540-47, Radulphus Brito and the Sophistici Elenchi
  • 47 Jan Pinborg, Addenda to 'The Sophismata of Radulphus Brito'
  • 48-62 Jan Pinborg, A New MS. of the Questions on the Posteriora Analytica Attributed to Petrus de Alvernia (CLM 8005) with the Transcription of Some Questions Related to Problems of Meaning.


Vol 9, Pp. 82,

  • 1-46 Niels Joergen Green-Pedersen, On the Interpretation of Aristotle's Topics in the Thirteenth Century
  • 47-67 Jan Pinborg, Petrus de Alvernia on Porphyry
  • 68-73 Sten Ebbesen, Manlius Boethius on Aristotle's Analytica Posteriora
  • 74-76 Sten Ebbesen, Another Fragment of a Commentary on Aristotle's Sophistici Elenchi. The Anonymus Admont.
  • 77-78 Sten Ebbesen, Corrections to the 'Aristoteles Latinus'
  • 79 Sten Ebbesen, Addenda et corrigenda to 'Anonymi Bodleiani'
  • 79 Jan Pinborg, Addenda to 'The Sophismata of Radulphus Brito'
  • 80-82 Jan Pinborg, Radulphus Brito on the Elenchi.


Vol 8, Pp. 47. Out of print.

  • 1-2 Sten Ebbesen, Three Greek Etymologies
  • 3-32 Sten Ebbesen, Anonymi Bodleiani in Sophisticos Elenchos Aristotelis Commentarii fragmentum
  • 33-34 Jan Pinborg, The Sophismata of Radulphus Brito. An Inventory.
  • 35-47 Joergen Raasted, Observations on the Manuscript Tradition of Byzantine Music. II: The Contents of some Early Heirmologia


Vol 7, Pp. 36,

Karin Margareta Fredborg, The Commentary of Thierry of Chartres on Cicero's De inventione


Vol 6, Pp. 41. Out of print.

Adam Buelow-Jacobsen & Sten Ebbesen, Five Copenhagen Papyri


Vol 5, Pp. 36,

Adam Buelow-Jacobsen, Twenty-Four Plates of Latin Manuscripts.


Vol 4, Pp. 35,

  • 1-2 Sten Ebbesen, Pros oligon esti to zen
  • 3-35 Bjarne Schartau, Observations on the Activities of the Byzantine Grammarians of the Palaeologian Era. I: Demetrius Triclinius' Early Work on the Euripidean Triad (Gamle Kongelige Samling 3549,8 and Rylands Hebrew 1689).


Vol 3, Pp. 54,

Sten Ebbesen & Jan Pinborg, Studies in the Logical Writings Attributed to Boethius of Dacia


Vol 2, Pp. 25,

Peter Allan Hansen, The manuscript Tradition of Plutarch's De Malignitate Herodoti


Vol 1, Pp. 20,

  • 1-12 Joergen Raasted, Observations on the Manuscript Tradition of Byzantine Music, I: A List of Heirmos Call-Numbers, based on Eustratiades's Edition of the Heirmologion
  • 13-20 Jan Pinborg, Miszellen zur mittelalterlichen lateinischen Grammatik: Ein fruehes Compendium modorum significandi. Der tractatus de figuris des Franciscus Pisanus. Zum Sophisma "Amo est verbum" des Siger von Kortrijk.